Information systems are more and more connected to each other and exchange more and more data with each other. As the number of data exchanges increases, it becomes increasingly difficult to maintain an overview of how these data exchanges are performing. This is especially a problem for application service providers which host systems for customers because they host multiple systems and each system can have multiple data exchanges.
DySCAS (Dynamically Self-Configuring Automotive Systems) is a research project funded by the European Commission. This master thesis is a portion of the DySCAS project and work is performed at Enea AB. This thesis concentrates on future vehicle electronic systems. During a life